United Hatzalah of Israel

United Hatzalah is the largest all volunteer emergency medical first response organization in Israel. United Hatzalah medics are on call 24/7/365.

United Hatzalah is the largest all-volunteer emergency medical first response organization in Israel. Over 6200 medics provide an immediate response within minutes of the onset of any emergency incident.

23/11/2023

Our hearts are being held hostage in Gaza. Together we will be victorious!

22/11/2023

Sometimes we get the honor to meet the people we helped rescue and see how they are recuperating. Last week, one such meetup took place of volunteers who rescued siblings who were struck by a rocket in Netivot on Oct. 7th.

Read the full story here: https://www.jpost.com/israel-news/article-774102

Photos from United Hatzalah of Israel's post 20/11/2023

Our strength is in our unity! We are United Hatzalah 🧡

To donate, visit our website israelrescue.org

Photos from United Hatzalah of Israel's post 19/11/2023

Meet Adi May and Leehee, they were both next to the Nova Music Festival on October 7th and now graduates of the newest Tel Aviv EMT course. We look forward to their continued effort to save lives along with the other graduates. Their journey is a testament to the hope and spirit of our volunteers. Join us in welcoming them all to the United Hatzalah Orange Family.

15/11/2023

United Hatzalah is launching a “Crash Course” training session in Psychotrauma and Crisis Response to respond to the current crisis in trauma and anti-semitism worldwide.

The one-hour, interactive Zoom workshop will be led by United Hatzalah’s Psychotrauma Crisis Response Unit (PCRU) leaders, Dr. Sharon Slater, and Dr. Einat Kaufman, and is specially geared for mental health professionals and to Jewish community professionals and leaders. Please register for a course below.


Wednesday, November 15th at 12 Noon Eastern - PCRU Trauma Training for Community Leaders: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEvcOqhqz0sGdZM3uIV3J-76wPZo9qBkM23

Thursday, November 16th at 12 Noon Eastern – PCRU Trauma Training for Mental Health Practitioners: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUlf-6rrTspG9UkT-7kdnKVPznJmlFA6NdN

Tuesday, November 28th at 12 Noon Eastern - PCRU Trauma Training for Community Leaders: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAkduihrDgqHt3LY_wNSDL5Dpj1L1bgn2Js

Wednesday, November 29th at 12 Noon Eastern – PCRU Trauma Training for Mental Health Practitioners: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYsfuCorTIrGNJw8cEd_uY4hGiH5w31DNLw

Photos from United Hatzalah of Israel's post 14/11/2023

Sunday night's French Gala in Paris united 400 hearts in support of United Hatzalah, raising 5 million euros for first response volunteers in the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict.Inspiring stories were shared of their bravery, and the funds will replenish vital equipment for these heroes.

Huge thanks to the French community for their generosity - your support ensures that, together, we will continue saving lives.

Inside the Ambulance on the Front Lines: The Story of October 7th - from Channel 12 Uvda 13/11/2023

Must Watch!

This is the story of Avi and Avi, two volunteer medics, and their partner, Emmanuel. These volunteers jumped in an ambulance on October 7th and saved countless lives by rescuing people under fire from the most devastated kibbutzim and moshavim.

The video is hard to watch, and please take caution. But this segment shows video recorded from the ambulance, and shows the bravery and courage under fire of these remarkable volunteers. These Angels in Orange.�

If you watch one video about the events of October 7th, watch this video.

Inside the Ambulance on the Front Lines: The Story of October 7th - from Channel 12 Uvda

Photos from United Hatzalah of Israel's post 10/11/2023

Lifesaving the the numbers thanks to all of our incredible volunteers and supporters 🧡 Shabbat Shalom

09/11/2023

United Hatzalah Givat Shmuel is opening a 3 month EMT (חובש) training course in Givat Shmuel!

For more information please contact Ari Deutsch
https://wa.me/972508763551

Photos from United Hatzalah of Israel's post 09/11/2023

Soldiers who briefly left Gaza were treated to a warm homemade meal prepared by the generous Magidish family from Shalva.

During the food distribution, our volunteers were rushed over to one of the armored vehicles where a soldier, struggling to breathe due to dehydration, received immediate attention and care. He was promptly evacuated in a United Hatzalah ambulance.

Our thoughts and prayers are with our soldiers, wishing for their safe and swift return home in good health.

Photos from United Hatzalah of Israel's post 08/11/2023
Israel in Crisis: A Conversation with Michael Oren - Form - Anshe Emet Synagogue 06/11/2023

Looking forward to a fantastic event tomorrow evening in Chicago!

Israel in Crisis: A Conversation with Michael Oren - Form - Anshe Emet Synagogue Tuesday, November 7, 2023 | 7:30 pm Anshe Emet Synagogue Main Sanctuary Michael Oren, United Hatzalah board member, is an American-Israeli diplomat, essayist, historian, novelist, and politician. He is a former ambassador to the United States (2009–2013), former member of the Knesset for the Kulan...

05/11/2023

United Hatzalah volunteers held a candle lighting ceremony in memory of the lives killed since the October 7th Massacre.

05/11/2023
03/11/2023

United Hatzalah: Week 4 of Iron Swords War

Here's a glimpse of the impact our volunteers have made over the last 4 weeks:

* Over 3,600 people treated from rocket attacks
* 50 tons of medical supplies and food distributed
* 1,800 medic bags depleted and restocked
* 3,000 volunteers operating in the north and south
* 375 rescue vehicles dispatched
* 720 patients safely transported to hospitals
* Over 1,450 soldiers, civilians, and volunteers treated by our psychotrauma unit

As we approach Shabbat, let us find strength in unity and resilience. Wishing everyone a restful and peaceful Shabbat. Together, we are "United Strong."

Photos from United Hatzalah of Israel's post 02/11/2023

Due to the war, many of our volunteers and their families have been unfortunately displaced. Our amazing staff and volunteers stepped in to brighten their days with thoughtful treats and heartfelt Shabbat arrangements. We are always thinking of our Orange Family. 🧡

Photos from United Hatzalah of Israel's post 31/10/2023

Please join United Hatzalah NYC Young Leadership as we unite in our unwavering support of Israel to raise funds for United Hatzalah’s volunteer emergency medical first responders.

Link: bit.ly/UHYL4ISRAEL
Early Bird tickets $180, General $250

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31/10/2023

A tragic loss. Two precious souls- murdered by Hamas. Young parents leaving behind twin babies who will not remember their loving parents.

United Hatzalah and IDF joined forces to save these little lives a few weeks ago. Our volunteers met with the babies’ aunts, uncles and grandparents for an emotional heartfelt embrace.

In the midst of tragedy, love and unity prevail. 💔🧡

27/10/2023

As we mark three weeks in this war, United Hatzalah takes pride in the unwavering dedication of our volunteers on the front lines. They have treated over 3,400 people from rocket attacks, distributed 30 tons of medical supplies, and transported 500 individuals to hospitals. Additionally, our team has provided psychotrauma care to over 900 soldiers and civilians, and our 300 rescue vehicles have been a lifeline in the southern and northern regions.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our dedicated volunteers and supporters who make this life-saving work possible.

Shabbat Shalom and Am Yisrael Chai!

25/10/2023

This mobile protected room at our southern war command center was beautifully upgraded by Adir Leiba, an UH volunteer and artist.

25/10/2023

Following a rocket barrage at central Israel, our volunteers treated a number of people for light injuries In this photo a residential building was hit. Thankfully most people were in their safe rooms when the rocket struck but still two people were injured.

25/10/2023

Our United Hatzalah volunteers are real-life heroes. These incredible individuals have been on the front lines, putting their lives on the line to save others under fire. Let's rally together to support their incredible bravery.

To ensure our volunteers can help save more lives, visit our website israelrescue.org/Israel-at-war

24/10/2023

On that unforgettable October 7th morning, United Hatzalah and the Israel Defense Forces joined forces in an unprecedented collaboration. Volunteers, many without combat experience, bravely worked alongside IDF soldiers to rescue the wounded under fire. Facing a critical ambulance shortage, the IDF now looks to us for support. Yesterday, we proudly brought five fully-equipped ambulances to a military base and turned the keys over to the IDF medical corps.

All of us at United Hatzalah are proud to play a role in readying our country for the dangerous days that lie ahead. Our volunteers continue to respond to civilian emergencies throughout Israel, while our ambulances stand ready to rescue injured soldiers. We are stepping up our efforts to purchase new ambulances to replace those we have given to the army.

We are United with the IDF. We are United Hatzalah.

Photos from United Hatzalah of Israel's post 24/10/2023

Last night in Nazareth, a group of ambucycle and e-bike riders got together for training and responding to emergencies in the city.

23/10/2023

United We Stand.
Now more than ever, DONATE to save lives!

To ensure our volunteers can help save more lives, visit our website, israelrescue.org/israel-at-war

20/10/2023

Amidst another challenging week in Israel, our heartfelt gratitude goes out to our courageous orange heroes on the front lines, who are risking it all, especially as they contribute to Operation Iron Swords in the south. Their dedication is truly remarkable, and our pride knows no bounds.

Huge thank you to our incredible supporters for standing with us as we pursue our lifesaving mission.

To donate and ensure our volunteers can save more lives, visit our website israelrescue.org/israel-under-attack

20/10/2023

Thank you to our angels in Orange 🧡

19/10/2023

Moshe Weitzman, a dedicated volunteer EMT with United Hatzalah, sprang into action when the Hamas attacks began, working tirelessly to save lives. He was injured by shrapnel during a rocket attack while helping a family member in Sderot and is currently recovering in Assuta Hospital in Ashdod.

We wish Moshe a quick and speedy recovery 🧡

18/10/2023
17/10/2023

This picture was taken in Ashdod last week. One of our brave volunteers, Daniel Cohen, protecting a family that was driving when an air raid siren sounded trapping them in a location without any protective cover. As Daniel was with protective gear he literally covered the family with his own body to protect them.

Thankfully no one was injured in the rocket attack.

17/10/2023

We are working around the clock to save every life we can, and our supplies are depleting. Founder and President, Eli Beer shared on Fox News how you can help.

To ensure our volunteers can help save more lives, visit our website israelrescue.org/israel-under-attack�

16/10/2023

United Hatzalah volunteers helped an elderly and handicap family living in Sderot without electricity or food.

16/10/2023

This is what is in a United Hatzalah volunteer's tactical vest. Thank you for your support in making this happen. But we need lots more in the days ahead.

To donate and ensure more volunteers can be equipped with lifesaving gear, please visit our website israelrescue.org/israel-under-attack

16/10/2023

Meet our incredible volunteer, Penina Assulin from Netivot. She had to cancel her dream wedding last week due to the security situation down in Southern Israel.

Upon learning of these challenging circumstances, our Founder and President, Eli Beer took it upon himself to create for Penina and her fiancee a fairytale wedding! With the unwavering support of incredible volunteers and vendors, Penina and her groom celebrated their love in the heart of Jerusalem on Sunday night.

This is what United Hatzalah is all about. Join us in wishing Penina and her new husband a Mazal Tov! 🧡

Photos from United Hatzalah of Israel's post 15/10/2023

Over Shabbat, dozens of our Muslim volunteers took over ambulance shifts in the south to allow Jewish volunteers to spend the day with their families.

This group is from the Rahat Region and surrounding areas. Others came from the Negev and the north.

13/10/2023

Amidst a challenging week in Israel, our heartfelt gratitude goes out to our courageous orange heroes on the front lines, who are risking it all, especially as they contribute to Operation Iron Swords in the south. Their dedication is truly remarkable, and our pride knows no bounds.

Huge thank you to our incredible supporters for standing with us as we pursue our lifesaving mission.

To donate and ensure our volunteers can save more lives, visit our website israelrescue.org/israel-under-attack

Shabbat Shalom

02/01/2023

Mazel Tov! The first delivery of 2023! 👶🏻

Last night in Ramat Beit Shemesh, United Hatzalah dispatch received a call from a woman about to give birth. EMT Shalom Oberlander arrived at the scene to help, followed by EMTs Dassy Leif, Chaya Barlev and Elisheva Veisfish. After a few minutes they successfully delivered a beautiful baby girl. 🧡

30/12/2022

Only two more days to make your end of year gift!

Help us save more lives this year. We can't do it without you.

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Our Story

United Hatzalah of Israel is the largest independent, non-profit, fully volunteer Emergency Medical Service organization that provides the fastest and free emergency medical first response throughout Israel. United Hatzalah’s service is available to all people regardless of race, religion, or national origin. United Hatzalah has more than 6,000 volunteers around the country, available around the clock – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. With the help of our unique GPS technology and our iconic ambucycles, our average response time is less than 3 minutes across the country and 90 seconds in metropolitan areas. Our mission is to arrive at the scene of medical emergencies as soon as possible and provide the patient with professional and appropriate medical aid until an ambulance arrives, resulting in many more lives saved.

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Jerusalem
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